Leave a legacy

Legacy gifts fund a growing number of Hand in Hand’s programs. After taking care of family and friends, please consider our hardworking mothers and fathers in your will

Why leave a legacy

Maybe you’ve already helped Hand in Hand lift hundreds of families out of poverty. Or maybe your charitable giving has supported other causes. Either way, with the developing world set to grow by more than 2 billion people over the next 35 years, the crisis of poverty and unemployment is not going away anytime soon.

By leaving a gift in your will you’ll be helping some of the world’s poorest people, mainly women, gain the skills they need to work their way out of poverty – for good, without relying on handouts. But your contribution won’t stop there. Hand in Hand’s members spend the money they earn on their children’s health and education. With full stomachs and inquiring minds, the sky is the limit for future generations. And so the cycle continues.

By the numbers

Infographic: 1.66 million jobs created - Our Self-Help Group members save together, train together and go into business together

2.82 million jobs created

Our Self-Help Group members save together, train together and go into business together

Infographic: 8.31 million lives improved - Every job we help create benefits an average five family members – young, old and everywhere in between

10.49 million lives improved

Every business we help create benefits an average of five family members – young, old and everywhere in between

Infographic: Best-in-class efficiency - 90 cents of every dollar we raise is spent on programs. On average, the UK’s 10 biggest development NGOs spend $0.80

Based on Guardian datablog charity donations list (minus FACE ratios for The Gavi Fund Affiliate and International Finance Facility for Immunisation Company)

90% of funds to programs

90 cents of every dollar we raise is spent on programs. On average, the UK’s 10 biggest development NGOs spend $0.80

“Wealth management extends well beyond one’s lifetime. By planning for the future and setting up a charitable legacy trust, I feel a real sense of gratification and peace of mind since I feel I have properly taken care of things.” Francis Claessens | Chairman of Peers, The Private Wealth Network | Hand in Hand supporter

Talk to us about your legacy

Legacy donors

Martha Huntley

As the person responsible for all Hand in Hand's legacy donations, Martha will be happy to speak to you about leaving a gift.

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mhuntley@hihinternational.org
Tel: +44 20 7514 5094